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Old 11-17-2009, 10:22 AM
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Default Re: Chimney and Vent Transition measurements that count

Folks,

I appreciate the comments. I went with a 18 In Flue lining with the bricks cut or beveled to help direct the smoke up. I did put a 5 in wall in front of that in parallel with the door. One because it made my dad feel like he had something to all this rather than me saying Forno Bravo folks have done it this way. It actually is working great. Now to complete the chimney and brick around the chimney so that I can cover this thing and cook some pizza. I feel like I have been building and planning this thing for months if not years....

Dreams to come true...if you work your ass off.
Dino
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